A Berlin tragi-comedy by Gerhart Hauptmann
Translated and adapted for radio byCharlotte Lloyd and A. L. Lloyd
The action takes place in a Berlin tenement block (formerly a cavalry barracks) at the turn of the century: in the attic where Hassenreuter has his theatrical storeroom and drama school, and in Frau John's Bat.
Characters in order of speaking:
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Produced by H. B. Fortuin
DURING THE INTERVAL (7.0-7.10 app.):
Love Scene (Feuersnot) played by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor. Sir Thomas Beecham Bt. , on a gramophone record
by W. G. Hoskins , Ph.D.
2-Farmhouses and Cottages
In the second of his three talks about the homes of our ancestors, Dr. Hoskins describes the housing revolution and the human need that brought it about.
The first of four programmes of poems by Baudelaire to commemorate the centenary of ' Les Fleurs du Mal'
Jean Vilar Madeleine Renaud and Gerard Philipe
Mary Wimbush and Stephen Murray
Translations by Frances Cornford and Naomi Lewis Programme arranged and introduced by Rayner Heppenstall
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